Client Exception: Checksum mismatch while updating 'D:\WWW\Project\.svn\text-base\svn-base'; expected: '3f9fd4dd7d1a0304d8020f73300a3e07', actual: 'cd669dce5300d7035eccb543461a961e' The easiest way to fix it (if you don't have many changes) is to copy your changes to another directory, delete the directory where your project is checked out, and checkout the project again.
I *think* the old version was 1.6.11 The only other relevant bit of information is that the file in question is updated from the repo every 5 minutes.
The file checked out doesn't ever seem corrupted and is a plain text file.
One well-known (broken) scenario when checksum mismatch error can occur is: when there is a pre-commit hook on the server that modifies the data.
(Whatever is changed by the hook cannot be propagated back to the client that makes the commit).
I remember coming across this issue when mod_pagespeed module is enabled in apache configuration. ds Forum Id=3&view Type=browse All&ds Message Id=450591Though it affects only html files to the best my knowledge, I think it's worth checking it.
-- Regards, Jeyanthan We are using https:// do not have pagespeed module installed.
(file was marked read only, I cleared that flag, overwrote and set it back to read only) I was then able to commit successfully.
I keep on getting this error: svn: Checksum mismatch while updating 'interfaces.lookup'; expected: '2c21f93c8639901a28056a507aa54deb', actual: '97c86da543f396d636e960e46dec7280' on the same file over and over again.
Attached as follows is the console output:$ svn up Updating '.':...svn: E155017: Checksum mismatch while updating '/msf3/data/eicar.com': expected: 3395856ce81f2b7382dee72602f798b642f14140 actual: da39a3ee5e6b4b0d3255bfef95601890afd80709 svn: E200003: Delta source ended unexpectedly Not sure how to go about resolving this issue.
But, for the life of me, I can’t imagine why it allows me to replace, without prompting me for an administrator password, text in a file with the following permissions: Whatever the reason, Coda changed the files, which just happened to be the Subversion (SVN) reference versions of some of my repository files.
That is the reason why one should not change data in a pre-commit hook. Another known cause is if something modifies "pristine" copies of files on your system (the *.svn-base files inside of ".svn" directory).